By Richard Walker
I guarantee you that after you choose up this publication you won't are looking to placed it down.It's slender yet over-sized with fascinating close-up images on virtually each human organ you could consider followed through terse explanatory textual content. This e-book certain does justice to the asserting "A photo can say greater than one thousand words". It has the type of photos you may no longer see at any place else. I enjoyed the truth that it additionally lists significant clinical discoveries and a few first-class web content to discover.
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30 PM Undigested food reaches the end of the small intestine looking like a watery paste. 30 PM Undigested food spends between 12 and 36 hours in the large intestine, where water is absorbed. 5 m) long. BACTERIAL COLONY The large intestine is home to a colony of billions of bacteria. As they feed on undigested waste from the small intestine, they release gases—some smelly—that are released through the anus. Bacteria also break down other substances to produce the chemicals that give feces their characteristic smell and brown color.
It also includes enzymes that digest starch, and slippery mucus that sticks food together, making swallowing easier. etimes do not ap m The back molars – w o pe s isd ar, pain and ha om teeth – ve or cause be to removed The canines, or eyeteeth, pierce and grip food as it is pulled into the mouth. 45 DK GUIDE TO THE HUMAN BODY DIGESTION Salivary gland F part of life. It provides the body with energy, as well as the raw materials for growth and repair. However, most foods are mixtures of large, complex molecules that cannot be used by the body until processed by the digestive system.
It shows, at a glance, how much of blood consists of plasma and how much is cells. White blood cells and platelets— seen here as a thin pale line between plasma and red blood cells—make up less than 1 percent of blood. Red cells, far more numerous than white cells or platelets, make up about 44 percent of blood. 30 ga ll An a M only think about blood if they cut themselves. But this life-giving liquid flows continuously past every cell in the body. Blood keeps the body working normally by making sure that its cells are kept in warm, constant surroundings.